|Day 5. Almost nude|
- Mac Paint Pot in Quite Natural
- Mac Fluidline in Rich Ground
- Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eyepencil in Baked
- Kiko Super Color Mascara in 04
- Dior Addict Extreme Lipstick in 476
On to the eyes!
|Day 5. Almost nude - Open eye in natural light.|
Even if the eyes closed, the make up is really subtle.
|Day 5. Almost nude - Closed eye in natural light.|
|Day 5. Almost nude - lips in natural light (slightly smudged, lol)|
And for the swatches and reviews...
Mac Paint Pot in Quite Natural is a brown cream eyeshadow that seems darker and ashier in the pan and in the swatches (below). It dries lighter though, and it's quite wearable. It's creamy and not patchy. It can be used without base or primer, once it's on it's on and it stays wherever you put it. You can also use it as primer with powder eyeshadows. It can be applied with fingers or using brushes with synthetic fibers (first pat it on with a flat brush and then blend out the edges with a soft blending brush).
|Swatch for Mac Paint Pot in Quite Natural (natural light)|
Mac Fluidline in Rich Ground is a gel liner in a bronzy-brown color. It's my favorite eyeliner: it applies easily, it's smooth and soft, doesn't drag on the lid and last in a long time.
|Swatch for Mac Fluidline in Rich Ground (natural light)|
|Swatch for Urban Decay eyepencil in Baked (natural light)|
Dior Addict Extreme in 476 is a pink lipstick that applies sheer. The color is still there though. It does not dry on the lips and is pleasant to wear. It last 2/3 hours on me before having to reapply it. I think this shade is really great because it gives your lips a little pit of color without being too much.
|Swatch for Dior Addict Extreme in 476 (natural light)|
I also bronzed lightly my cheeks with Kiko Sun Bronzing Trio (01 Sculpting Beige; pictured in the product photo). The picture of my cheek turned out awful because this bronzing powder has a light shimmer which got picked up by the camera and made everything sort of blurry. It's a good bronzer, though. The two lighter shades are perfect for my light-medium skin. It's a bit powdery but blends well on the skin.
So, what would you wear on your lips to spice up a neutral eye look?